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Old 05-12-2013, 12:08 AM   #91
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The coach gun but not my next
Mayb 2 6guns sa rugers
still need the 45-70 too
hmmmmmm
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Old 05-12-2013, 12:22 AM   #92
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I've been thinking about the Wilson Combat cqb lightweight or the Ed Brown ss kobra carry. I can't decide between the two. I'll be saving for quite some time so I'll have plenty of time to make up my mind.

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Old 05-12-2013, 12:27 AM   #93
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Thats right, it takes a year to save changed mind 3 times lol
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I have been shooting skeet for a few weeks now and I love it. It's my new 'thing'. My next gun will probably be a semi-fancy expensive over/under for skeet. Something with an adjustable comb. Pistols are cheap compared to shotguns.
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I have been shooting skeet for a few weeks now and I love it. It's my new 'thing'. My next gun will probably be a semi-fancy expensive over/under for skeet. Something with an adjustable comb. Pistols are cheap compared to shotguns.
A few weeks? You may want to make that a few months or maybe a year before you buy a different gun. It takes a while to get good at it and you may already have the best gun for you. But I agree about the O&U...very nice for trap. But my old Mossberg 500 hits them too.
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Old 05-12-2013, 01:00 AM   #96
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I use a old jc higgings mod 20 to have fun with
A-500 for real
Would love a good o/u!!!!!
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Can't say -- details are being finalized now.
OK, the deal is done...

My next gun I am looking to buy is bought. Done deal. It is a custom made reproduction of a very late 16th C. to mid 17th C. English (or Jacobean) Doglock Fishtail Musket in 20 ga.

It is my second of these, my absolute favorite blackpowder reproduction, in the collection. Reproduction isn't a great term actually -- it's not a copy of any particular model, just a custom made smoothbore made in a common style of 300 years ago. My first was ultimately fitted for an interchangeable matchlock mechanism (which this profile historically originated with), by the American gunmaker and will be left in that latter configuration once I receive this new one.

This is a fair representation of one...
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OK, the deal is done...

My next gun I am looking to buy is bought. Done deal. It is a custom made reproduction of a very late 16th C. to mid 17th C. English (or Jacobean) Doglock Fishtail Musket in 20 ga.

It is my second of these, my absolute favorite blackpowder reproduction, in the collection. Reproduction isn't a great term actually -- it's not a copy of any particular model, just a custom made smoothbore made in a common style of 300 years ago. My first was ultimately fitted for an interchangeable matchlock mechanism (which this profile historically originated with), by the American gunmaker and will be left in that latter configuration once I receive this new one.

This is a fair representation of one...
That's cool!
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at the moment I'm not lookin to buy another gun....yet anyway....i'm lookin to buy ammo for the ones I've bought in the last couple months.

I bought a CZ70 & put 50 rounds through it so far, because all I could find (and all I have found) was one 50 round box

maybe I should be a .38, that ammo seems plentiful around here. or maybe a semi-auto 12 gauge
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Either a shotgun or a .357...Id like a AR also lol
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